If a student is able to dedicate their full time and attention to a bodywork and massage school like New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics, we recommend one of our full time programs. However, if you are planning to work while in school or have other obligations, consider one of our part time programs.

The New Mexico School of Natural Therapeutics currently offers four on-campus programs each calendar year.

Day Program:

Our full-time day program offers a fully immersive educational experience for students who are able to commit themselves to the study of natural therapeutics and massage on a full time basis.

Students are required to complete an additional 145 hours of work in our Student Clinic, scheduled at times outside of our rigorous nine-to-five classes.

March & September 6 month Full time – Monday – Friday  9 a.m. – 5p.m.

Night Program (Part Time):

Our part time night school program works well for students who work during the day or who are with the kids during the day while the other parent works.

Monday – Friday  6p.m. – 9 p.m. (w/ some 6p.m – 10p.m classes and 4 Saturday classes)

May: Class begins the second Tuesday

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Morning Program (Part Time):

Our part time morning program is great for parents who would like to be home when their children arrive from school. It’s also convenient for people who work in the afternoon or evening shifts.

Monday – Friday  9 a.m. – 12 p.m. (Swedish Massage classes end at 12:30pm)

October: Class begins mid-way through the month

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